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  • Neuromas at the castration site in geldings. [Journal Article]
    Acta Vet Scand 2019; 61(1):43Bengtsdotter EA, Ekman S, Andersen PH
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study showed neuromas of the remnant testicular nerves at the site of castration. Further studies are required to establish if these neuromas in the castration site are painful and if certain castration methods promote their formation. Future studies should also investigate the clinical consequence of these neuromas for the individual horse.
  • Evolution of the intermuscular bones in the Cyprinidae (Pisces) from a phylogenetic perspective. [Journal Article]
    Ecol Evol 2019; 9(15):8555-8566Yang K, Jiang W, … Yang J
  • Intermuscular bones (IBs) are widely present in morphologically generalized teleost fishes and are commonly found in the Cyprinidae. Intermuscular bones are small, hard spicules of bone that are formed by ossification in the myosepta between neighboring myomeres. Why fish have IBs, and whether there is any evolutionary pattern to their occurrence, has been poorly understood. However, the presence…
  • Fresh human amniotic membrane effectively promotes the repair of injured common peroneal nerve. [Journal Article]
    Neural Regen Res 2019; 14(12):2199-2208Zhang ZY, Yang J, … Yu CY
  • Suture and autologous nerve transplantation are the primary therapeutic measures for completely severed nerves. However, imbalances in the microenvironment and adhesion of surrounding tissues can affect the quality of nerve regeneration and repair. Previous studies have shown that human amniotic membrane can promote the healing of a variety of tissues. In this study, the right common peroneal ner…
  • Nerves and Pancreatic Cancer: New Insights into a Dangerous Relationship. [Review]
    Cancers (Basel) 2019; 11(7)Gasparini G, Pellegatta M, … Falconi M
  • Perineural invasion (PNI) is defined as the presence of neoplastic cells along nerves and/or within the different layers of nervous fibers: epineural, perineural and endoneural spaces. In pancreatic cancer-particularly in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC)-PNI has a prevalence between 70 and 100%, surpassing any other solid tumor. PNI has been detected in the early stages of pancreatic cance…
  • Ulnar intraneural cysts as a cause of cubital tunnel syndrome: presentation of a case and review of the literature. [Review]
    Eur J Orthop Surg Traumatol 2019; 29(7):1559-1563Papadopoulos DV, Kostas-Agnantis I, … Korompilias AV
  • Intraneural cysts usually involve the common peroneal nerve, and in many cases, they are causing symptoms due to neural compression. It is hypothesized that these cysts originate from the adjacent joints while articular pathology is a major contributing factor for the formation of these lesions. Although ulnar nerve is the second most commonly affected nerve, these lesions usually develop distall…
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